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Ever since the late s, Japan has had a word to refer to people dying from spending too much time in the office: karoshi. The literal translation is "death by overwork. The latest employee death determined to be karoshi was year-old journalist Miwa Sado. She reportedly logged hours of overtime in one month at the news network NHK, before dying of heart failure in July Before that, year-old Matsuri Takahashi worked hours of overtime in a month at the Japanese ad agency Dentsu. Takahashi leapt from her employer's roof on Christmas Day During the early s, Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida made rebuilding Japan's economy his top priority.
Social Issues In Japan That You Should Know About
Japan's population is shrinking fast. The number of babies born in the country last year dropped to ,, and it's the second year when new births remained below 1 million, Japan's government said. It's the lowest level since the country began counting in At the same time, the number of deaths in the country — owing to the increasingly aging population — hit a postwar high of 1. That means Japan's population fell by a whopping , people in
The population has begun to decline and the proportion of people of working age continues to decrease. The birthrate is well below replacement level. Japanese people are aging fast while life expectancy continues to increase.